Leftists have placed all their hopes for the Supreme Court onto the shoulders of a frail 85-year-old woman, whose potential death could send them into a panic.
Yesterday, we learned that Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been hospitalized after breaking three ribs in a fall in her office.
In her absence, the court went ahead Thursday with a courtroom ceremony welcoming new Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who joined the court last month.
Ginsburg leads the court's liberal wing. Not that she needs our help with that.
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She'll be working from home Friday, to maintain an incredible attendance record over her quarter-century on the highest court in the land. "I can't promise they were good jokes but they were jokes". Bader Ginsburg was found to have fractured three ribs on her left side during her fall. Please, take all of our ribs, all of our organs, all of our everything to keep her safe and healthy.
"I wish her well".
Ginsburg has had a series of health problems.
Ginsburg also broke two ribs in 2012 but did not miss work, the New York Times reports. She was held for observation and treatment, and is expected to make a full recovery. She called Supreme Court police to take her to George Washington University Hospital in Washington early Thursday after experiencing discomfort overnight, court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said. Now that President Trump sits in the oval office and Republicans control the Senate, Ginsburg will likely stay on until well past 2020.